This timelapse video captures just how high the tides can get on WA’s Kimberley coast.
Releasing baby cane toads into the wild could be the key to saving threatened goannas from an inevitable onslaught of the toxic pest.
A community of corals found thriving despite harsh conditions in northern WA could help save corals around the world.
The stolen remains of three Bardi Jawi people have been returned to their traditional lands in an emotional ceremony in Western Australia.
History & Culture
The biggest rock art study in Australian history may shed light on when Indigenous Australians first arrived.
Talk to any keen road tripper about their bucket-list journeys and “doing the Gibb” will invariably come up. The mighty Gibb River Road transects the even mightier Kimberley region of Western Australia.
The Kimberley death adder, a newly identified species, is likely to slip into Australia’s top 10 most venomous snakes list
The Remote River Man investigates an unknown waterway in the farthest reaches of the Kimberley in Western Australia.
Be swept along on a tide of adventure through Australia’s remote north-west and Indonesia’s exotic Spice Islands, on this 2015 Australian Geographic Society special expedition.
Bird photographer David Rennie shot these images while on the trip he won for being selected the 2013 Australian Geographic ANZANG Photographer of the Year. His prize was a spectacular cruise with Linblad Expeditions along the Kimberley Coast.